MAS uses machine learning to spot market manipulation

Apollo tool uses data based on past misconduct cases to spot suspicious patterns

Innovations in financial crimes – How artificial intelligence and machine learning are changing the game

The Monetary Authority of Singapore has started using an advanced data science tool named Apollo to help enforcement officers detect misconduct in financial markets, the central bank said in its inaugural enforcement report.

Developed in-house by the MAS, Apollo analyses trading data and refers suspicious trades to human experts for further review. The augmented intelligence (AI) tool takes advantage of data science techniques such as machine learning to maximise efficiency. It aims to provide

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